You can use the Broadcaster by itself, or you can record with it and your MacBook’s webcam simultaneously. If you do that, you can use iMovie to stitch your videos together. The benefit is that you can get two angles at once. You can do something similar with Skype – you can’t send both video feeds at once, but you can toggle between your built-in and the broadcaster, which could be handy.
The Broadcaster also supports your iPad or iPhone, so you can preview video on your mobile device before sending it to Ustream, for example. This would be an interesting addition to Logitech’s Windows-compatible lineup, but Logitech said today in its blog comments that it’s not commenting “on future updates at the moment.” The Broadcaster will be available this month for $199.99. Logitech is taking preorders on its site.
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